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Actus Apostolorum 9:1

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Actus Apostolorum 9:1

Postby Brian » Sat Jan 28, 2006 3:25 pm

Hello All

Saulus autem, adhuc spirans minarum et caedis in discipulos Domini, accessit ad principem sacerdum.

Why would St. Jerome have put minae and caedes in the genitive? Is there evidence of this use among classical authors? Perhaps this had crept into popular latin by the fourth century.

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